Where Does Teak Grow?

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Teak grows in a tropical climate and in good well drained soil. It can grow up to 45m tall and is characterised by large, leathery, reddish green leaves. It s mainly used to construct outdoor furniture.
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Teak is a hardwood tree that requires a tropical climate. It is found in south and southeast Asia. The tree is in the mint family and grow very tall.
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